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Giancarlo Camolese was born on 25 February, 1961 in Turin, Italy. Discover Giancarlo Camolese's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

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Age 61 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 25 February 1961
Birthday 25 February
Birthplace Turin, Italy
Nationality Italy

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He began his coaching career as Saviglianese’s youth coach which was the team in which he had terminated his career as footballer. He was hired by Torino as second coach of the first team managed by Mauro Sandreani and later by Lido Vieri.


After a long absence from the bench, due to family problems, on 15 October 2012 Camolese started coaching again and became the Manager of the Pro Vercelli team. He was dismissed on 3 January 2013 having only gained 8 points from 2 draws and 2 wins in 13 matches. On 20 October he replaces the outgoing M.Schallibaum in Chiasso FC (Swisse Challenge League ) with a contract valid until June 2016, reaching a comfortable salvation finishing in seventh place, the best result of the Club over the last three years.


On 24 March 2009 he was back on the bench for Torino, where he took over from Walter Novellino, although he was not able to save the team from relegation which occurred on 31 May 2009 after being defeated 3–2 by Roma and despite having obtained 10 points in 9 matches this defeat cost him his reappointment for the following season.


In 2005, he became coach of the Vicenza team (for which he had been captain from 1990 to 1991) and managed to save them on the last day and was reconfirmed as coach for the 2006–07 season. On 10 October 2007 he replaced Fernando Orsi as coach of the Livorno team finishing last in the Serie A table. After a good recovery, he was dismissed after a difficult second round a few days before the end.


In the 2003–04 season he replaced Franco Colomba as coach of the Serie A Reggina team and led them to safety.


Following his career as footballer he completed his studies and graduated from Turin University in physical education and sport with a final mark of 110/110 cum laude in 2002.

Although he had achieved the highest number of points the previous year, he was dismissed in October 2002.

In 2002, he commented on various World Cup matches of the Korean and Japanese teams for RAI, while in 2007 he was a football pundit for Mediaset Premium.


At the end of October 2000 he replaced Gigi Simoni when he was dismissed from the bench leading the team to gain the first position in Serie A . With the Granata team he made his debut in the Serie A by winning the Intertoto qualification.


In 1998, he took part in the "Supercorso di Coverciano" (super course for coaches) which he passed with flying colours. In 1999, he worked for Torino as coach for the Youth Under 20, which he took to the national football championship finals.


As midfielder, Camolese began his professional career in the Unione Sportiva San Mauro and then made his first-team debut with Torino in 1974. He played for Biellese, Reggina, Alessandria, Lazio, Padova, Vicenza, Taranto and for Saviglianese at the end of his career. He played a total of 230 matches in Serie C, which is currently the Lega Pro, and 141 matches in Serie B for Lazio, Padova and Taranto, while he never made his debut in Serie A, having only played for Torino in the Coppa Italia. He rose to fame with Lazio starting from -9 in the 1986–87 season and was promoted into Serie A at the end of the 1987–88 football season.


Giancarlo Camolese (born 25 February 1961 in Turin) is an Italian football (soccer) manager, TV sports caster, ex footballer, university lecturer at SUISM in Turin and instructor at the Coverciano Training Centre for players and technical staff.